100+ Clemson University students to link-up with 10+ community civic organizations to clean-up hundreds of bags of household trash and illegally-dumped construction materials in one of Philadelphia's most historically under-served communities.
Each day, the volunteer force will meet at Wharton Square Park and break-up into small task groups to then tackle projects like the South 25th Street Corridor, cleaning and greening along Point Breeze Avenue, planting flowers in Wharton Square Park, painting inside the Wharton Square Park Rec Center, unclogging street stormwater grates, and a spring clean-up in and around Ralph Brooks Park. If unable to attend, but would like to donate supplies, we are in need of bulk trash bags, gloves, paint supplies, brooms, and trash grabbers. Please contact email@example.com.
We honor the legacy of Army Major John Pryor. Major Pryor was supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom when died December 25, 2008, in Mosul, Iraq. He was a member of the 1st Medical Detachment, Forward Surgical Team based out of Fort Trotten, NY. He was a graduate of Shenendehowa High School, the University of Binghamton and the University of Buffalo. A surgeon in the United States Army Reserve Medical Corps, Maj. Pryor was on his second tour of duty in Iraq at the time of his death. In his civilian life, he was a professor and Trauma Program Director at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital and School of Medicine. He is a recipient of the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart. He was survived by his wife, Carmela and his children, Danielle, Francis, and John.Register Today